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Access to Information and E-Governance: Publications

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The Broadband Opportunity - The Time Is Now

How can governments and countries change lives, increase prosperity and growth, and improve a wide range of essential services from education to healthcare? By connecting people to each other and to vital information and services, broadband can be an enabler and create opportunities that yieldmore

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A Guide to Measuring the Impact of Right to Information Programmes

 The right to information is fundamental in bolstering democratic principles of openness, transparency and accountability in societies and in eradicating poverty and is therefore a programming priority for UNDP. This Guide complements the Practical Guidance Note on Right to Information, whichmore

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Access to Information Practice Note

Based on UNDP’s experience and consultations, the practice note introduces a conceptual model for access to information. It focuses on: Freedom and pluralism in information; Capacity strengthening, networking, and elevation of standards of media at national and local levels; Raising awareness onmore

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Cape Verde: e-Governance and Public Administration Reform

This publication presents the findings of the assessment of the project "Strengthening electronic governance for public administration reform", implemented between 2008 and 2010 with funding from the DGTTF. The project has supported the Government's programme on public administrationmore

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Communication for Empowerment in Madagascar

 This report presents the findings of the information and communication assessments conducted in three districts in Northern Madagascar: Antsirabe, Moramanga and Tsiroanomandidy.This report was written by staff and consultants from the Andrew Lees Trust with input fromBarry Driscoll of UNDP. more